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Ways to Contribute
There are numerous ways to contribute, large and small, and a range of time commitments associated with each contribution. Keep in mind that smaller contributions, such as forms, How-To Kits, or Top Tips in Ten Minutes, have much shorter production cycles than books or seminars. If you have an idea for content, ICLE staff would be happy to talk with you.

Contributor Qualifications
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I often rely on the expertise of ICLE's contributors, so there was no question in my mind that I would help out when asked. I believe in paying it forward. If I do, will you?
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Iglesia Martell Law Firm PLLC
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Before her current position as referee at the Oakland County Friend of the Court, Sahera G. Housey practiced in the areas of family law and probate and estate planning. Ms. Housey is a council member...
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